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F15-W16 F FA DANC 1205 3.00 A Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 1205 3.00 A - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers an introductory course in ballet. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, classical ballet vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Required of all BFA dance majors. Corequisite: FA/DANC 1215 3.00

Claire Frances Wootten M 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 1206 3.00 M Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 1206 3.00 M - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers an introductory course in ballet. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, classical ballet vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Required of all BFA dance majors. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1205 3.00

Claire Frances Wootten M 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 1207 3.00 A Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 1207 3.00 A - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 1205 3.00 in ballet. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, classical ballet vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

Claire Frances Wootten M 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 1208 3.00 M Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 1208 3.00 M - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 1206 3.00 in ballet. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, classical ballet vocabulary, artistic expression as well as the creative process. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

Claire Frances Wootten M 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 1215 3.00 A Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 1215 3.00 A - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers an introductory course in modern dance. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, modern dance vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Required of all BFA dance majors. Corequisite: FA/DANC 1205 3.00.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 1215 3.00 B Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 1215 3.00 B - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers an introductory course in modern dance. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, modern dance vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Required of all BFA dance majors. Corequisite: FA/DANC 1205 3.00.

T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 244
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
F15-W16 W FA DANC 1216 3.00 M Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 1216 3.00 M - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers an introductory course in modern dance. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, modern dance vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Required of all BFA dance majors. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1215 3.00.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 1216 3.00 N Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 1216 3.00 N - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers an introductory course in modern dance. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, modern dance vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Required of all BFA dance majors. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1215 3.00.

T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 244
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
F15-W16 F FA DANC 1217 3.00 A Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 1217 3.00 A - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 1215 3.00 in modern dance. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, modern dance vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Note: Open by permission of the department only

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 1217 3.00 B Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 1217 3.00 B - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 1215 3.00 in modern dance. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, modern dance vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Note: Open by permission of the department only

T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 244
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
F15-W16 W FA DANC 1218 3.00 M Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 1218 3.00 M - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 1216 3.00 in modern dance. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, modern dance vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 1218 3.00 N Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 1218 3.00 N - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 1216 3.00 in modern dance. Emphasizes integrated movement, alignment, modern dance vocabulary, artistic expression, as well as the creative process. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 244
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 1220 3.00 A Fundamentals of Physical Practice

FA DANC 1220 3.00 A - Fundamentals of Physical Practice

Addresses two complementary components of dance training: fundamentals of movement and improvisation. The fundamentals of movement covers conditioning and injury prevention explored through applications of kinesthetic awareness, imagery, release, alignment, stretch and strength techniques and movement re-education. The improvisation component provides students with an introduction to theory and practice of creative process in dance. Required of all dance majors. Open only to dance majors. Three hours.

M 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 1220 3.00 B Fundamentals of Physical Practice

FA DANC 1220 3.00 B - Fundamentals of Physical Practice

Addresses two complementary components of dance training: fundamentals of movement and improvisation. The fundamentals of movement covers conditioning and injury prevention explored through applications of kinesthetic awareness, imagery, release, alignment, stretch and strength techniques and movement re-education. The improvisation component provides students with an introduction to theory and practice of creative process in dance. Required of all dance majors. Open only to dance majors. Three hours.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 203
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
F15-W16 F FA DANC 1271 3.00 A Dance Production

FA DANC 1271 3.00 A - Dance Production

Examines all areas of production applicable to dance, to discover how each of these areas can individually support a unified collaborative artistic vision. Through lectures and labs, students will become familiar with current production practices, with an emphasis on creative collaboration, sustainability and safe working practice. During the labs, students have access to fully equipped, state-of-the-art theatre facilities and inventory.The course is divided into two components of equal import: Each week features a 90-minute lecture that will explore current technical theory (lighting, sound, projections and electricity for crew) and theatre management (front-of-house, marketing, publicity, budgets, fund-raising and professional associations). In addition, the weekly 120-minute lab component offers hands-on experience in lighting, projections, sound, wardrobe, and stage-management practices. Course credit exclusions: FA/THEA 1100 3.00, FA/THEA 1510 3.00.

William J Mackwood T 13:00 - 14:30 ACE 244
F15-W16 W FA DANC 1271 3.00 M Dance Production

FA DANC 1271 3.00 M - Dance Production

Examines all areas of production applicable to dance, to discover how each of these areas can individually support a unified collaborative artistic vision. Through lectures and labs, students will become familiar with current production practices, with an emphasis on creative collaboration, sustainability and safe working practice. During the labs, students have access to fully equipped, state-of-the-art theatre facilities and inventory.The course is divided into two components of equal import: Each week features a 90-minute lecture that will explore current technical theory (lighting, sound, projections and electricity for crew) and theatre management (front-of-house, marketing, publicity, budgets, fund-raising and professional associations). In addition, the weekly 120-minute lab component offers hands-on experience in lighting, projections, sound, wardrobe, and stage-management practices. Course credit exclusions: FA/THEA 1100 3.00, FA/THEA 1510 3.00.

William J Mackwood T 13:00 - 14:30 ACE 244
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 1340 6.00 A Dance Studies: An Introduction

FA DANC 1340 6.00 A - Dance Studies: An Introduction

Introduces students to the scholarly world of dance studies and provides them with critical tools in making sense of dance and the cultural, historical, and artistic milieux in which it is produced. It explores dance in the contexts of culture, ritual, power, identities, embodiment, and memory/reconstruction.

M 13:00 - 14:30 ACW 005
Russ Patrick AlcedoM 13:00 - 14:30 ACW 005
TUTR 1W 13:00 - 14:30 BC 323
TUTR 2W 14:30 - 16:00 VH 1156
TUTR 3W 16:00 - 17:30 VH 1156
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 1500 6.00 A The Dance Experience

FA DANC 1500 6.00 A - The Dance Experience

Offers studio and theoretical work in a variety of movement techniques especially designed for the non-dance majors. Not open to BFA dance majors. Studio and lecture. Note: May include improvisations, presentation of individual or group projects, reading, films, guest speakers and attendance at live performances. Audition not required.

W 16:30 - 18:00 ACE 102
LAB 1M 13:30 - 15:30 ACE 253
LAB 4T 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 251
LAB 5W 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 203
LAB 6W 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 249
LAB 7W 18:30 - 20:30 ACE 253
LAB 8W 18:30 - 20:30 ACE 244
F15-W16 W FA DANC 1900 3.00 M Dance, Film, and Culture

FA DANC 1900 3.00 M - Dance, Film, and Culture

Introduces students to dance, film, and cultural analysis through the critical viewing of many dance films, informed by contemporary scholarship related to dance and cultural criticism. Refines such analytical skills, which will be demonstrated when students communicate with each other online, process ideas through writing, and develop final projects that combine criticism with creativity. Students watch films, access on-line lectures, post comments, and participate in monitored forums via the course website. Not open to dance majors. Open to non-majors.

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TUTR 1M 10:00 - 11:30
TUTR 2M 10:00 - 11:30
TUTR 3M 10:00 - 11:30
TUTR 4T 11:30 - 13:00
TUTR 5T 11:30 - 13:00
TUTR 6T 11:30 - 13:00
TUTR 7W 17:30 - 19:00
TUTR 8W 17:30 - 19:00
TUTR 9W 17:30 - 19:00
TUTR 10R 13:00 - 14:30
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2205 3.00 A Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 2205 3.00 A - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers Ballet technique for dance majors. Ongoing training develops artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and performance skills. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1206 3.00 and permission of the department.v

Claire Frances Wootten M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2206 3.00 M Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 2206 3.00 M - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers Ballet technique for dance majors. Ongoing training develops artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and performance skills. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Five hours. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 2205 3.00.

Claire Frances Wootten M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2207 3.00 A Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 2207 3.00 A - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 2205 3.00. Ongoing training in ballet to develop artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and performance skills. Five hours. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

Claire Frances Wootten M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2208 3.00 M Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 2208 3.00 M - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC2206 3.00. Ongoing training in ballet to develop artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality, and performance skills. Five hours. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

Claire Frances Wootten M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 201
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2215 3.00 A Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 2215 3.00 A - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers onngoing training to develop artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and performance skills. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1216 3.00 and permission of the department.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 201
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2216 3.00 M Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 2216 3.00 M - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers Contemporary/Modern dance technique for dance majors. Ongoing training develops artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and performance skills. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 2215 3.00..

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 201
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2217 3.00 A Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 2217 3.00 A - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 2215 3.00. Ongoing training in modern to develop artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and performance skills. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 201
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2218 3.00 M Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 2218 3.00 M - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 2216 3.00. Ongoing training in modern to develop artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and performance skills. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 244
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 201
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2225 3.00 A Choreography

FA DANC 2225 3.00 A - Choreography

Introduces the study of the basic principles of dance composition; both practical movement studies and analytic/critical work will be employed to explore the creative process and to begin to develop the craft and skills of choreography. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1205 3.00, FA/DANC 1206 3.00, FA/DANC 1215 3.00 and FA/DANC 1216 3.00 or permission of the instructor. Corequisite: Current enrolment in dance technique, or permission of the department.

T 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 201
Carol AndersonT 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 201
R 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 201
Carol AndersonR 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 201
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2225 3.00 B Choreography

FA DANC 2225 3.00 B - Choreography

Introduces the study of the basic principles of dance composition; both practical movement studies and analytic/critical work will be employed to explore the creative process and to begin to develop the craft and skills of choreography. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1205 3.00, FA/DANC 1206 3.00, FA/DANC 1215 3.00 and FA/DANC 1216 3.00 or permission of the instructor. Corequisite: Current enrolment in dance technique, or permission of the department.

T 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 253
Darcey B W CallisonT 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 253
R 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 253
Darcey B W CallisonR 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 253
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2226 3.00 M Choreography

FA DANC 2226 3.00 M - Choreography

Offers further study of the basic principles of dance composition; development of studies toward completed works, and examination of production and performance as it relates to choreography. Continued analytic/critical work of choreographed dances. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 2225 3.00. Corequisite: Current enrolment in dance technique or permission of the department.

T 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 201
R 15:00 - 17:00 ACE 201
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2271 3.00 A Dance Production Practicum

FA DANC 2271 3.00 A - Dance Production Practicum

Represents the practical application of all material learned in FA/DANC 1271 3.00. Generally, the work will be at an introductory level and will encompass the specific expertise necessary in each area for the mounting of a dance production. Students will be assigned to, and responsible for one of the areas of production for each show: lighting, sound, projections, wardrobe, stage management, or front-of-house. Ultimately, students will develop an understanding of how all of the various departments of a production team work collaboratively to create a unified dance production. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 1271 3.00 Dance Production

T 17:00 - 19:00 ACE 244
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2271 3.00 M Dance Production Practicum

FA DANC 2271 3.00 M - Dance Production Practicum

Represents the practical application of all material learned in FA/DANC 1271 3.00. Generally, the work will be at an introductory level and will encompass the specific expertise necessary in each area for the mounting of a dance production. Students will be assigned to, and responsible for one of the areas of production for each show: lighting, sound, projections, wardrobe, stage management, or front-of-house. Ultimately, students will develop an understanding of how all of the various departments of a production team work collaboratively to create a unified dance production. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 1271 3.00 Dance Production

T 17:00 - 19:00 ACE 244
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2310 3.00 M Dance Writing

FA DANC 2310 3.00 M - Dance Writing

Investigates various forms of theoretical and practical dance writing through assigned reading, writing, and discussion; forms include research-based documentary and historical books and articles, as well as critical commentary and promotional writing. The course investigates resources based on various forms of dance - ie world dance forms, popular dance, Western concert dance, etc. Along with examination of writing forms, the course includes investigation of devising language to describe dance. Exploration of accessing research resources and modes, writing organization, crafting and editing are components of the course.

Danielle Robinson F 13:00 - 16:00 ACE 005
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2320 3.00 M Dance Kinesiology

FA DANC 2320 3.00 M - Dance Kinesiology

Introduces the field of dance kinesiology, and the analysis of movement from a scientific perspective. Correct and efficient movement patterns for dance technique are discussed through the examination of the muscular/skeletal system and its functions. Study includes identification of common muscle imbalances that impede good alignment, and the optimal execution of dance technique. Required of all dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prerequisite or corequisite: One of SC/NATS 1610 6.00, SC/NATS 1620 6.00, SC/NATS 1650 6.00, HH/KINE 2031 3.00. Open to non-majors.

M 12:30 - 14:30 ACE 007
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2330 3.00 A Dance Studies: Research in Action

FA DANC 2330 3.00 A - Dance Studies: Research in Action

Examines the application of different dance research methods. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1340 3.00 Introduction to Dance Studies or permission of the department.

Mary Fogarty T 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 249
R 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2368 3.00 M Dance Pedagogy I

FA DANC 2368 3.00 M - Dance Pedagogy I

Introduces students to a range of practical and theoretical approaches to dance education. Students will have the opportunity to observe classes as well as familiarize themselves with key themes, theories, and principles in dance education. The course will involve two hours of lecture/studies and one hour of observation per week.

Mary Fogarty M 14:30 - 16:30 ACE 201
F15-W16 W FA DANC 2510F 3.00 M Philippine Folk Dance I

FA DANC 2510F 3.00 M - Philippine Folk Dance I

Introduces students to selected Philippine folk dances with focus on lowland Christian dances. The effects of contemporary changes on these art forms are examined. Studio/Discussion. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 1500 6.00 or permission of the department. Open to majors and non-majors.

Russ Patrick Alcedo M 16:30 - 18:30 ACE 249
W 16:30 - 18:30 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 2510L 3.00 A The Art of Breaking I

FA DANC 2510L 3.00 A - The Art of Breaking I

Offers breaking at the introductory level with a focus on the fundamentals of breaking (also known as b-boying/b-girling and often called "breakdancing"). The cultural contexts of hip hop as experienced locally and in the media are considered. Learning outcomes include an understanding of breaking's significance as an art form and cultural practice rooted in conversations about community, art, dance and music. Course objectives include the development of basic competences in foundational movements such as various toprocks, downrocks, freezes, get downs, and spins. Students will also develop an embodied understanding of hip hop culture through their practice and critical engagement with the dance in its local contexts. Pre-requisite: FA/DANC 1500 6.00 or permission of the department. Open to non majors.

Mary Fogarty M 18:00 - 20:00 ACE 249
W 18:00 - 20:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3205 3.00 A Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 3205 3.00 A - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers ballet technique for BFA dance majors. Ongoing training develops artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality, and athleticism. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prequisite: FA/DANC2206 3.00, and permission of the department. Corequisite: FA/DANC3215 3.00.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3206 3.00 M Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 3206 3.00 M - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers ballet technique for BFA dance majors. Ongoing training develops artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality, and athleticism. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prequisite: FA/DANC3205 3.00. Corequisite: FA/DANC3216 3.00.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3207 3.00 A Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 3207 3.00 A - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers a continuation of the work begun in FA/DANC 3205 3.00. Ongoing training in ballet to develop artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3208 3.00 M Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 3208 3.00 M - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers a continuation of the work begun in FA/DANC 3206 3.00. Ongoing training in ballet to develop artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3215 3.00 A Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 3215 3.00 A - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers modern and contemporary technique for BFA dance majors. Ongoing training develops artistic expression, modern and contemporary dance vocabulary, musicality, and athleticism. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prequisite: FA/DANC2216 3.00. Corequisite: FA/DANC3205 3.00.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3216 3.00 M Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 3216 3.00 M - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers modern and contemporary technique for BFA dance majors. Ongoing training develops artistic expression, modern and contemporary dance vocabulary, musicality, and athleticism. Required of dance majors seeking the BFA degree. Prequisite: FA/DANC3215 3.00. Corequisite: FA/DANC3206 3.00.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3217 3.00 A Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 3217 3.00 A - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers a continuation of the work begun in FA/DANC 3215 3.00. Ongoing training in modern to develop artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3218 3.00 M Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 3218 3.00 M - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Continues the work begun in FA/DANC 3216 3.00. Ongoing training in modern to develop artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 253
F 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3220 3.00 M Choreography

FA DANC 3220 3.00 M - Choreography

Offers selected projects in choreography with continued work in structure and forms, and an increased focus on development of individual interests and style. Continued work in production, performance and criticism as related to choreography. Prerequisite: A grade of B+ or higher in FA/DANC 2226 3.00 or permission of the department. Corequisite: Current enrolment in dance technique.

Darcey B W Callison T 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 253
R 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 253
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3235 3.00 A Performance

FA DANC 3235 3.00 A - Performance

Introduces the study and performance of original or reconstructed choreographic works in a rehearsal and presentation setting. Rehearsal time outside of the course meetings will be scheduled close to performance dates. Required of BFA Dance Majors in the Performance/Choreography concentration. Open only to dance majors. Four hours. Co-requisite: Enrolment in upper level Contemporary/Modern.

Darcey B W Callison W 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 201
F 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 201
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3236 3.00 A Performance

FA DANC 3236 3.00 A - Performance

Introduces the study and performance of original or reconstructed choreographic works in a rehearsal and presentation setting. Rehearsal time outside of the course meetings will be scheduled close to performance dates. Required of BFA Dance Majors in the Performance/Choreography concentration. Open only to dance majors. Four hours. Co-requisite: Enrolment in upper level Contemporary/Modern.

Darcey B W Callison W 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 201
F 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 201
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 3240 3.00 A Dance Ensemble Apprenticeship

FA DANC 3240 3.00 A - Dance Ensemble Apprenticeship

Offers an enriched performance/production experience for highly motivated third-year dance majors wishing to concentrate on the performance and/or production areas. Students are required to commit to an intensive schedule, including evening rehearsals and out-of-town performances. Ensemble apprentices will focus on one or more aspects of dance company activity, which include performance, choreography, tour management, production support and publicity. Students in FA/DANC 3240 are expected to continue with FA/DANC 4245/4246 Dance Ensemble in the following year. Prerequisite: Admission is by juried audition. Corequisites: Performers must be enrolled in FA/DANC 3205 2.25, FA/DANC 3206 2.25, FA/DANC 3215 2.25 and FA/DANC 3216 2.25.

T 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
W 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
R 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 3240 6.00 A Dance Ensemble Apprenticeship

FA DANC 3240 6.00 A - Dance Ensemble Apprenticeship

Offers an enriched performance/production experience for highly motivated third-year dance majors wishing to concentrate on the performance and/or production areas. Students are required to commit to an intensive schedule, including evening rehearsals and out-of-town performances. Ensemble apprentices will focus on one or more aspects of dance company activity, which include performance, choreography, tour management, production support and publicity. Students in FA/DANC 3240 are expected to continue with FA/DANC 4245/4246 Dance Ensemble in the following year. Prerequisite: Admission is by juried audition. Corequisites: Performers must be enrolled in FA/DANC 3205 2.25, FA/DANC 3206 2.25, FA/DANC 3215 2.25 and FA/DANC 3216 2.25.

T 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
Claire Frances WoottenT 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
W 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
Claire Frances WoottenW 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
R 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
Claire Frances WoottenR 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
F 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 201
Claire Frances WoottenF 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 201
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3271 3.00 A Intermediate Dance Production Practicum

FA DANC 3271 3.00 A - Intermediate Dance Production Practicum

Represents the practical application of all material learned in FA/DANC 1270 3.00 and FA/DANC 2270 3.00. Generally, the work will be at an intermediate level and will encompass the specific expertise necessary in each production/design area for the mounting of a dance production. Students will be assigned to, and responsible for one of the major areas of production: Front-of-House Manager, Stage-Manager, Production Manager, Technical Director, Sound Designer, Lighting Designer, Projection Designer, Costume Designer, or Set Designer. Ultimately, students will develop an understanding of the specific requirements, and responsibilities in their area of expertise, and how to work as part of a collaborative creative/production team. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 2270 3.00 and Permission of the Department

T 17:00 - 19:00 ACE 244
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3271 3.00 M Intermediate Dance Production Practicum

FA DANC 3271 3.00 M - Intermediate Dance Production Practicum

Represents the practical application of all material learned in FA/DANC 1270 3.00 and FA/DANC 2270 3.00. Generally, the work will be at an intermediate level and will encompass the specific expertise necessary in each production/design area for the mounting of a dance production. Students will be assigned to, and responsible for one of the major areas of production: Front-of-House Manager, Stage-Manager, Production Manager, Technical Director, Sound Designer, Lighting Designer, Projection Designer, Costume Designer, or Set Designer. Ultimately, students will develop an understanding of the specific requirements, and responsibilities in their area of expertise, and how to work as part of a collaborative creative/production team. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 2270 3.00 and Permission of the Department

T 17:00 - 19:00 ACE 244
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3322 3.00 A Embodied Thought

FA DANC 3322 3.00 A - Embodied Thought

An experiential look at the relationship between movement, awareness and thought. Practical and theoretical studies in selected methods of somatic education provide a context for motor/sensory experimentation and highlight embodied movement as a way to consider issues such as creativity, problem solving, focus and social interaction. Open to non-majors.

T 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3330 3.00 A Dance Studies: Worlds of Dance

FA DANC 3330 3.00 A - Dance Studies: Worlds of Dance

Examines dance as a human phenomenon that both reflects and shapes culture. Through readings, films, lectures, discussions and guest artists, students are introduced to a variety of dance forms from traditions across different societies, with special focus in Canadian society. The course examines the place of dance in its own cultural and historical setting; it approaches as well the role of dance in coming to terms with issues such as multi-ethnicity, authenticity, and cultural ownership. Open to non-majors. Two hours lecture, one hour lab. Pre-requisite: FA/DANC 2330 3.00

Barbara Sellers-Young M 14:30 - 17:30 ACE 005
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3340 3.00 M Dance Studies: Choreographic History

FA DANC 3340 3.00 M - Dance Studies: Choreographic History

Examines the theoretical, technical, and artistic developments of western theatrical dance from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Through the exploration of various dance works and choreographers, topics will include issues associated with gender, class, race and power related dance practice and performance. Occasional studio sessions will enhance the appreciation and knowledge of dance forms through the ages. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 1340 6.00, or permission of department.

Darcey B W Callison R 15:00 - 18:00 ACW 306
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 3400 6.00 A Dance Research in Communities

FA DANC 3400 6.00 A - Dance Research in Communities

Designed specifically for dance BA students-although other students are welcome-and aims to prepare students for their fourth-year senior project as well as professional work beyond their York studies. Here, students will bridge between York and Toronto's dance communities by developing internship opportunities for themselves that last the full school year.

Norma Sue Fisher-Stitt R 13:00 - 16:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3510F 3.00 A Philippine Folk Dance III

FA DANC 3510F 3.00 A - Philippine Folk Dance III

Offers Philippine folk dances at the intermediate level. It focuses not only on lowland Christian dances but also indigenous and/or tribal dances. Studio/Discussion. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 1500 6.00 or FA/DANC 2510F 3.00 or permission of the department. Open to majors and non-majors

Russ Patrick Alcedo M 16:30 - 18:30 ACE 249
W 16:30 - 18:30 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 3510L 3.00 A The Art of Breaking III

FA DANC 3510L 3.00 A - The Art of Breaking III

Offers breaking at the intermediate level. This includes creative tasks as students begin to develop their own breaking "sets" alongside methods for approaching their freestyle (improvised) dance practices. Learning outcomes include a critical understanding of the work involved in improvisation and the individual development of preparation strategies for breaking "battles" (competitions). Course objectives include the development of basic competences in performance including strategies for "battle" formats. Students will develop a critical understanding of how concepts and discourses about improvisation are taken up in breaking practices and receptions. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 2510L 3.00 or 2511L 3.00 or permission of the department. Open to non majors.

Mary Fogarty T 18:00 - 20:00 ACE 249
R 18:00 - 20:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 W FA DANC 3560 3.00 M Urban Dance Practice

FA DANC 3560 3.00 M - Urban Dance Practice

Examines the techniques, course, history, styles and foundations of breaking. The course involves technical and performance development. Required in BFA Dance (Dance Education stream), this course equips students to teach breaking's movement fundamentals and the cultural and historical context to K-12 students. Pre-requisites: FA/DANC 2216 Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms and Permission of the Department.

Mary Fogarty T 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 249
R 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4205 3.00 A Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 4205 3.00 A - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers ballet technique for BFA dance majors. Ongoing training refines artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Includes a theoretical component which may be written projects, oral presentations, and class discussions. Optional for all dance majors. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 3206 3.00 and permission of the department.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4206 3.00 M Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 4206 3.00 M - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers ballet technique for BFA dance majors. Ongoing training refines artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Includes a theoretical component which may be written projects, oral presentations, and class discussions. Optional for all dance majors. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 4205 3.0 and permission of the department.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4207 3.00 A Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 4207 3.00 A - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers a continuation of work begun in FA/DANC 4205 3.00. Ongoing training in ballet to refine artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Includes a theoretical component which may be written projects, oral presentations, and class discussions. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4208 3.00 M Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

FA DANC 4208 3.00 M - Contemporary/Ballet Dance Forms

Offers a continuation of work begun in FA/DANC 4206 3.00. Ongoing training in ballet to refine artistic expression, classical ballet vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Includes a theoretical component which may be written projects, oral presentations, and class discussions. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

M 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 253
T 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
W 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
R 8:45 - 10:15 ACE 251
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4215 3.00 A Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 4215 3.00 A - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers modern and contemporary dance technique for BFA dance majors. Ongoing training refines artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Includes a theoretical component which may be written projects, oral presentations, and class discussions. Optional for all dance majors. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 3216 3.00 and permission of the department.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4216 3.00 M Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 4216 3.00 M - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers modern and contemporary dance technique for BFA dance majors. Ongoing training refines artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Includes a theoretical component which may be written projects, oral presentations, and class discussions. Optional for all dance majors. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 4215 3.00 and permission of the department.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4217 3.00 A Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 4217 3.00 A - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers a continuation of work begun in FA/DANC 4215 3.00. Ongoing training in modern to refine artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Includes a theoretical component which may be written projects, oral presentations, and class discussions. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 203
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4218 3.00 M Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

FA DANC 4218 3.00 M - Contemporary/Modern Dance Forms

Offers a continuation of work begun in FA/DANC 4216 3.00. Ongoing training in modern to refine artistic expression, modern dance vocabulary, musicality and athleticism. Includes a theoretical component which may be written projects, oral presentations, and class discussions. Note: Open by permission of the department only.

T 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
W 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
R 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
F 10:30 - 12:00 ACE 251
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4220 3.00 A Choreography

FA DANC 4220 3.00 A - Choreography

Offers selected projects in choreography with an emphasis on interdisciplinary productions, and continued work on structure and form. Increased focus on the development of individual interests and style in choreography. Designed for highly motivated creative individuals. The course requires students to commit themselves to pre-performance and performance schedules related to productions of their work. Lectures/presentations/performances. Four and one-half hours. Prerequisites: For dance majors, a grade of B+ or higher in FA/DANC 3220 3.00 and permission of the course director. This course is open to other qualified third or fourth year Fine Arts students by permission of the department.

Carol Anderson T 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 253
R 13:00 - 15:00 ACE 253
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4245 3.00 A Dance Ensemble I

FA DANC 4245 3.00 A - Dance Ensemble I

Offers an enriched performance/production experience for highly motivated upper-level dance majors wishing to concentrate on the performance and/or production areas. Students are required to commit to an intensive schedule, including evening rehearsals and out-of-town performances. Ensemble members will focus on one or more aspects of dance company activity, which include performance, choreography, tour management, production support and publicity. Students in FA/DANC 4245 3.00 are expected to continue with FA/DANC 4246 3.00. Due to the heavy rehearsal schedule, there is a minimum of 12 hours per week. Prerequisite: Admission is by juried audition. Open to other fine arts majors by permission of the course director. Corequisite: Performers must be enrolled in FA/DANC 4205 3.00 and FA/DANC 4215 3.00.

T 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenT 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
W 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenW 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
R 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenR 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenF 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4245 4.50 A Dance Ensemble I

FA DANC 4245 4.50 A - Dance Ensemble I

Offers an enriched performance/production experience for highly motivated upper-level dance majors wishing to concentrate on the performance and/or production areas. Students are required to commit to an intensive schedule, including evening rehearsals and out-of-town performances. Ensemble members will focus on one or more aspects of dance company activity, which include performance, choreography, tour management, production support and publicity. Students in FA/DANC 4245 4.50 are expected to continue with FA/DANC 4246 4.50. Due to the heavy rehearsal schedule, there is a minimum of 12 hours per week. Prerequisite: Admission is by juried audition. Open to other fine arts majors by permission of the course director. Corequisite: Performers must be enrolled in FA/DANC 4205 3.00 and FA/DANC 4215 3.00.

T 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenT 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
W 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenW 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
R 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenR 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenF 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4245 6.00 A Dance Ensemble I

FA DANC 4245 6.00 A - Dance Ensemble I

Offers an enriched performance/production experience for highly motivated upper-level dance majors wishing to concentrate on the performance and/or production areas. Students are required to commit to an intensive schedule, including evening rehearsals and out-of-town performances. Ensemble members will focus on one or more aspects of dance company activity, which include performance, choreography, tour management, production support and publicity. Students in FA/DANC 4245 6.00 are expected to continue with FA/DANC 4246 6.00. Due to the heavy rehearsal schedule, there is a minimum of 12 hours per week. Prerequisite: Admission is by juried audition. Open to other fine arts majors by permission of the course director. Corequisite: Performers must be enrolled in FA/DANC 4205 3.00 and FA/DANC 4215 3.00.

T 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
W 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
R 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
F 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 201
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4246 3.00 M Dance Ensemble II

FA DANC 4246 3.00 M - Dance Ensemble II

Continues the work of FA/DANC 4245 3.00, an enriched performance/production experience for highly motivated upper-level dance majors wishing to concentrate on the performance and/or production areas. Students are required to commit to an intensive schedule, including evening rehearsals and possible out-of-town performances. Ensemble members will focus on one or more aspects of dance company activity, which include performance, choreography, tour management, production support and publicity. Due to the heavy rehearsal schedule, there is a minimum of 12 hours per week. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 4245 3.00/6.00. Corequisite: Performers must be enrolled in FA/DANC 4206 3.00 and FA/DANC 4216 3.00.

T 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenT 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
W 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenW 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
R 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenR 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenF 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4246 4.50 M Dance Ensemble II

FA DANC 4246 4.50 M - Dance Ensemble II

Continues the work of FA/DANC 4245 4.5, an enriched performance/production experience for highly motivated upper-level dance majors wishing to concentrate on the performance and/or production areas. Students are required to commit to an intensive schedule, including evening rehearsals and possible out-of-town performances. Ensemble members will focus on one or more aspects of dance company activity, which include performance, choreography, tour management, production support and publicity. Due to the heavy rehearsal schedule, there is a minimum of 12 hours per week. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 4245 3.00/6.00. Corequisite: Performers must be enrolled in FA/DANC 4206 3.00 and FA/DANC 4216 3.00.

T 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenT 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
W 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenW 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
R 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenR 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
Claire Frances WoottenF 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 251
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4246 6.00 M Dance Ensemble II

FA DANC 4246 6.00 M - Dance Ensemble II

Continues the work of FA/DANC 4245 6.00, an enriched performance/production experience for highly motivated upper-level dance majors wishing to concentrate on the performance and/or production areas. Students are required to commit to an intensive schedule, including evening rehearsals and possible out-of-town performances. Ensemble members will focus on one or more aspects of dance company activity, which include performance, choreography, tour management, production support and publicity. Due to the heavy rehearsal schedule, there is a minimum of 12 hours per week. Prerequisite: FA/DANC 4245 3.00/6.00. Corequisite: Performers must be enrolled in FA/DANC 4206 3.00 and FA/DANC 4216 3.00.

T 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
Claire Frances WoottenT 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
W 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
Claire Frances WoottenW 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
R 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
Claire Frances WoottenR 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 203
F 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 201
Claire Frances WoottenF 16:30 - 20:30 ACE 201
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4260 3.00 M Dance Video and Intermedial Performance

FA DANC 4260 3.00 M - Dance Video and Intermedial Performance

Offers a multi-disciplinary studio course which explores the design and production of dance on camera. It covers the practical aspects of video production from expressed intention through distribution. In process students will have hands-on experience lighting, shooting and editing dance video. Students will also have the opportunity to investigate video production and projection for intermedial dance presentations. Pre-requisites: FA/DANC 3220 3.00 or FA/DANC 4220 3.00 or permission of the department.

William J Mackwood R 15:00 - 18:00 ACE 244
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4270 3.00 A Lighting Design for Dance I

FA DANC 4270 3.00 A - Lighting Design for Dance I

Introduces the theory and practical application of stage lighting design with an emphasis on lighting for dance. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 1270 3.00, or permission of the Dance Department. Credit Exclusions: FA/THEA 3130 6.00, FA/THEA 4130 3.00.

William J Mackwood T 15:00 - 16:30 ACE 244
R 15:00 - 16:30 ACE 244
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4271 3.00 A Advanced Dance Production Practicum

FA DANC 4271 3.00 A - Advanced Dance Production Practicum

Represents the practical application of all material learned in FA/DANC 1270, FA/DANC 2270 and FA/DANC 3271. The work is at an advanced level and encompasses the specific expertise necessary in each production/design area for the mounting of a dance production. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 2271 Dance Production Practicum and Permission of the Department

T 17:00 - 19:00 ACE 244
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4271 3.00 M Advanced Dance Production Practicum

FA DANC 4271 3.00 M - Advanced Dance Production Practicum

Represents the practical application of all material learned in FA/DANC 1270, FA/DANC 2270 and FA/DANC 3271. The work is at an advanced level and encompasses the specific expertise necessary in each production/design area for the mounting of a dance production. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 2271 Dance Production Practicum and Permission of the Department

T 17:00 - 19:00 ACE 244
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4310 3.00 M Writing for Dance Professionals

FA DANC 4310 3.00 M - Writing for Dance Professionals

Provides practical experience in critical, journalistic and promotional writing. Prerequisities: FA/DANC 1340 6.00. Open to non-majors with permission of the course director.

Danielle Robinson F 13:00 - 16:00 ACE 005
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4330 3.00 A Dance Studies: Advanced Research Seminar

FA DANC 4330 3.00 A - Dance Studies: Advanced Research Seminar

Surveys classical, folk, tribal and social dance traditions within the Canadian cultural context. Open to non-majors. Four hours. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 3330 3.00 and third- or fourth-year standing, or permission of the department.

Barbara Sellers-Young M 14:30 - 17:30 ACW 003
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4368 3.00 A Dance Pedagogy IV

FA DANC 4368 3.00 A - Dance Pedagogy IV

Provides students with theories, tools, strategies, and applications for teaching dance to a range of community populations, which might include older adults and/or people with mobility or other personal or societal challenges. Students will learn to plan, teach, and assess movement experiences for various community populations using a range of dance forms. Three hours lecture/studio, 1 hour practicum. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 3368 3.00 and FA/DANC 3369 3.00 or permission of the department.

Norma Sue Fisher-Stitt R 13:00 - 16:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 4400 12.0 A Senior Projects

FA DANC 4400 12.0 A - Senior Projects

Students develop one or a series of self-directed interlinked projects, which may consist of research or field studies on a topic of interest (theoretical or creative) leading to a major piece of writing, a performance, an internship or some combination of these activities. Adjudication of the credit weighting of each project will be made by the department, based on the proposal. A supervisory committee may be established for projects involving more than six credits. Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing.

Danielle Robinson M 10:30 - 13:30
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 4400 3.00 A Senior Projects

FA DANC 4400 3.00 A - Senior Projects

Students develop one or a series of self-directed interlinked projects, which may consist of research or field studies on a topic of interest (theoretical or creative) leading to a major piece of writing, a performance, an internship or some combination of these activities. Adjudication of the credit weighting of each project will be made by the department, based on the proposal. A supervisory committee may be established for projects involving more than six credits. Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing.

Danielle Robinson M 10:30 - 13:30
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 4400 4.50 A Senior Projects

FA DANC 4400 4.50 A - Senior Projects

Students develop one or a series of self-directed interlinked projects, which may consist of research or field studies on a topic of interest (theoretical or creative) leading to a major piece of writing, a performance, an internship or some combination of these activities. Adjudication of the credit weighting of each project will be made by the department, based on the proposal. A supervisory committee may be established for projects involving more than six credits. Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing.

Danielle Robinson M 10:30 - 13:30
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 4400 6.00 A Senior Projects

FA DANC 4400 6.00 A - Senior Projects

Students develop one or a series of self-directed interlinked projects, which may consist of research or field studies on a topic of interest (theoretical or creative) leading to a major piece of writing, a performance, an internship or some combination of these activities. Adjudication of the credit weighting of each project will be made by the department, based on the proposal. A supervisory committee may be established for projects involving more than six credits. Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing.

Danielle Robinson M 10:30 - 13:30
F15-W16 Y FA DANC 4400 9.00 A Senior Projects

FA DANC 4400 9.00 A - Senior Projects

Students develop one or a series of self-directed interlinked projects, which may consist of research or field studies on a topic of interest (theoretical or creative) leading to a major piece of writing, a performance, an internship or some combination of these activities. Adjudication of the credit weighting of each project will be made by the department, based on the proposal. A supervisory committee may be established for projects involving more than six credits. Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing.

Danielle Robinson M 10:30 - 13:30
F15-W16 W FA DANC 4510F 3.00 M Philippine Folk Dance V

FA DANC 4510F 3.00 M - Philippine Folk Dance V

Offers Philippine folk dances at an advanced level. It covers lowland Christian, indigenous, and Muslim dances, which are either performed solo or in groups. Studio/Discussion. Prerequisites: FA/DANC 3510F or 3511F or permission of the department. Open to non majors.

Russ Patrick Alcedo M 16:30 - 18:30 ACE 249
W 16:30 - 18:30 ACE 249
F15-W16 F FA DANC 4510L 3.00 A The Art of Breaking V Mary Fogarty M 18:00 - 20:00 ACE 249
W 18:00 - 20:00 ACE 249
F15-W16 F GS DANC 5200 3.00 A Research Methods

GS DANC 5200 3.00 A - Research Methods

Research Methods

Russ Patrick Alcedo R 8:30 - 11:30
F15-W16 F GS DANC 5221 3.00 A The Interactive Stage

GS DANC 5221 3.00 A - The Interactive Stage

This course explores the creation of interactive stage environments for live performance. Students investigate various strategies whereby on-stage 'events' (physical, vocal, physiological, etc.) manipulate audio, video and/or lighting events. Students are introduced to dedicated interactive and show control software, and become adept at programming interactive environments. Prerequisite: Fine Arts Fine Arts Cultural Studies 2936 3.0 or Dance 3220 3.0 or Dance 4220 3.0 or equivalent or permission of the instructor

William J Mackwood F 13:00 - 16:00 ACE 203
F15-W16 W GS DANC 5260 3.00 M Dance Video and Intermedial Performance

GS DANC 5260 3.00 M - Dance Video and Intermedial Performance

This multidisciplinary studio course explores the design and production of dance on camera. It covers the practical aspects of video production from expressed intention through distribution. In process students have hands-on experience lighting, shooting, and editing dance video. Students also have the opportunity to investigate video production and projection for intermedial dance presentations.

William J Mackwood R 15:00 - 18:00 ACE 244
F15-W16 F GS DANC 5270 3.00 A Lighting Design for Dance

GS DANC 5270 3.00 A - Lighting Design for Dance

This course introduces the theory and practical application of stage lighting design with an emphasis on lighting for dance.

William J Mackwood T 15:00 - 16:30 ACE 244
R 15:00 - 16:30 ACE 244
F15-W16 W GS DANC 5300 3.00 M Methods & Material for Move.Observation

GS DANC 5300 3.00 M - Methods & Material for Move.Observation

Methods and Materials for Movement Observation. Various frameworks for the study and description and documentation of human movement may be offered, e.g., Laban Movement Analysis or Motif Writing. Lecture-discussion, movement work, readings, field study and individualized projects.

Susan Cash M 13:00 - 16:00 ACE 203
F15-W16 W GS DANC 6200 3.00 M Advanced Research and Dissertation Semin

GS DANC 6200 3.00 M - Advanced Research and Dissertation Semin

This seminar provides a framework within which PhD candidates meet together to explore the methodologies and approaches to scholarly writing that are relevant to their research areas.

Mary Fogarty T 16:00 - 19:00
F15-W16 W GS DANC 6300 3.00 M Topics in Dance History & Historiography

GS DANC 6300 3.00 M - Topics in Dance History & Historiography

This course surveys the wide range of theories, methods, and issues that have animated historical research on dance and movement practices.

Danielle Robinson F 8:30 - 11:30 TEL 0008
F15-W16 F GS DANC 6375 3.00 A Dance Edu.: Historical&Social Perspectiv

GS DANC 6375 3.00 A - Dance Edu.: Historical&Social Perspectiv

In this graduate level seminar course, students explore and employ a range of theoretical perspectives through which to examine the traditions and hegemonies associated with the transmission of dance across various cultures and time periods.

Norma Sue Fisher-Stitt R 16:00 - 19:00
F15-W16 F GS DANC 6400 3.00 A Dance Ethnography & Cultural Studies

GS DANC 6400 3.00 A - Dance Ethnography & Cultural Studies

This course surveys a wide range of theoretical approaches to the study of dance from ethnographic and cultural studies perspectives. Included are the study of dance as a system of communication, dance as part of social structure, dance as ethnicity and dance as sacred art.

Barbara Sellers-Young T 16:00 - 19:00